PROJECT FIRSTLINE IS FOR YOU!
Project Firstline is a CDC-led collaborative intended for the millions of frontline U.S. healthcare workers. It offers short training modules, townhall discussions, and tele-mentoring to ensure all workers in healthcare—from doctors to environmental services staff—are empowered with knowledge about the science and reasoning behind today’s infection control practices. Trainings will consist of concise, interactive and mobile device-friendly video segments, designed for busy frontline healthcare workers to access during breaks at work or during off hours.
Nebraska ICAP is proud to be a Project Firstline partner, working to support the Frontline Healthcare Workers in their need for Infection Control training and resources. You can find more information about the Project Firstline initiative on the CDC website.
Nebraska ICAP is utilizing social media to distribute Project Firstline information, training modules, upcoming training events and efforts that are happening on the local level. Check back as we may be adding other social media platforms as this initiative grows.
Nebraska ICAP Facebook: You can find us at @NebraskaICAP or https://www.facebook.com/NebraskaICAP
The CDC’s Project Firstline resources are available to all frontline healthcare workers. Visit this page for a list of resources that can be helpful in your facility.
Nebraska ICAP is currently offering many training opportunities for frontline healthcare workers in Nebraska. Visit this page to find out what we are currently offering and how to register your facility.
Project Firstline Featured Resources
Project Firstline is a national collaborative led by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to provide infection control training and education to frontline healthcare workers and public health personnel. Nebraska ICAP is proud to partner with Project Firstline, as supported through Nebraska DHHS. CDC is an agency within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The contents of these podcasts do not necessarily represent the policies of CDC or HHS and should not be considered an endorsement by the Federal Government.